A collection of wooden patterns; Unknown; 1940-1970; 2010.1.78.1-4


Te Toi Uku


A collection of wooden patterns

About this object

A collection of four wooden patterns used in a foundry to cast machine parts. All large disc shaped. Part 1 - with thickened rim and central cylindrical pillar with flat flanged sides and central knobs. Part 2 - with four circular cutouts, central disc with flat edge and rectangular spokes. Part 3 - with two triangulated spurs each with cylindrical pillar, central pillar with reinforcing triangular buttresses. Part 4 - central cylindrical pillar.



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Place Notes

There is evidence that Crown Lynn used F. & W. Fowler Ltd founders, but it is not known if the company made the wooden patterns. Could have been made in house at Crown Lynn.

Medium and Materials


Inscription and Marks

221; Stamped; part 1
109; Incised; part 2
277; Handwritten; part 3


3: H 95 W 645 D 410mm: largest
1: H 95 d 276mm: smallest

Object Type

Pattern, Casting

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